links to other relevant sites
is the address of the official WWW Site for Amnesty International, and is
a joint effort of the International Secretariat, AI's permanent international
administrative office, and the Canadian National Section/English Speaking
(ESCS). This site is by far the most complete and contains a wealth of information,
searchable databases, on-line reports, press releases, and other material.
Human Rights Organizations & Resources
This site has information on
which we have taken the liberty of repeating in this document.
The site also has many links to:
A good source of information for Human Rights researchers is the Human Rights
Research mailing list.
To subscribe, send email to LISTSERV%BINGVMB.BITNET@uga.cc.uga.edu,
Your subscription will be sent to the list owner for approval. Thereafter,
to post messages to this list,
Another resource is the Usenet newsgroup soc.rights.human. If you have a
question about a particular group or issue, you can post here and get lots
of answers. The soc.culture.* hierarchy can be helpful if you want to learn
about a particular country or region, and the soc.religion.* hierarchy can
be helpful if you need ot learn about a particular religion or sect.
UN docs on civil and political rights:
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